Welcome to Bonneau...
The Town of Bonneau, best known for the Bonneau Ferry, is home to the site of Berkeley County's first high school. Back in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the town landscape iincluded a railroad station, livery stable, blacksmith shop, turpentine still, sawmill, school, bank and two cotton gins.
Now a small family community with a population of about 425, Bonneau lies seven miles north of Moncks Corner. This quiet community prides itself on its variety of churches and denominations. The area is surrounded by the Francis Marion National Forest and a portion of the SC Palmetto Trail. This trail has become a popular walking, biking and camping destination for both locals and nature enthusiasts from around the United States.
Central to modern day Bonneau is the Bonneau Municipal Complex which is home to the Offices of the Mayor, the Clerk of Court, the Volunteer Fire Department, the Police Department, and the Recreation Department facilities.
For more information about Bonneau, call (843) 825-3385